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Q&A: It's important to bring women’s voices to tech conferences Special

Companies have the opportunity to elevate women leaders and shift the perception of tech conferences as male-dominated events. Lin Classon of Ensono explains how and why a a more representative environment is needed.

FinCon brings together new media market and traditional finance

Charlotte - Conferences and conventions are a continuously growing industry that has the ability to generate billions of dollars. Take the San Diego Comic-Con, for instance.

5 conferences every online marketer should attend in 2014

If you work in marketing products online then there are a number of conferences you can attend this year led by some of the best at the game in order to further your knowledge of your business. We look at five great US-based ones.

Access 2012 at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium, September 21-22 Special

Kitchener - Access 2012, a trade show presented by the Independent Living Centre of Waterloo Region opened on Friday, September 21 and continues on Saturday, September 22 at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium's Kiwanis Arena.

Op-Ed: Beauty and the beast — A random interaction between competitors

At a recent black tie event, an odd few moments with a beautiful woman delivers a sudden and unexpected interaction with a key competitor.

Op-Ed: College sports are playing musical chairs

Have you noticed how many colleges are leaving the athletic conference they are in for a bigger conference. Big East powers, the University of Pittsburgh and Syracuse University are discussing joining the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).

On H1N1 business continuity: 'stop snickering at common sense'

As the H1N1 swine flu virus is projected to present challenges to the global business community in terms of continuity and absentee-management, one New York assemblyman urges planners to pay more attention to common sense.

Making Connections: An ideaCity04 Social Diary

TORONTO, Digital Journal — If there was one theme that consistently popped up throughout this year’s ideaCity conference, it was “connections.” Connections between disparate concepts, connections between diverse people, unprecedented connections b

ideaCity04: Opening Your Mind to Sex, Politics and Flying Cars

TORONTO, Digital Journal — The age of the sun. Environmental activism through litigation. Peacekeeping as a national priority. Flying cars. Oral sex as art. Tech design made simple. These ideas are but a handful of mind-ticklers that enlightened guests.

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